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The Searcy Family in Early America - A unique focus on our earliest ancestors!

Thank you for visiting our site. We hope you will take the opportunity to stay in touch with our research efforts and contribute where you can to the body of knowledge of our early Searcy ancestors.

 We recognize different family members use various spellings; some we can sort out - some we can't. All Searcy, Searcey, Scearce, Searcie, Scearey, Sircy, Cercy, Cercie and other spelling variants are equally welcome. More material will be uploaded this year to provide background on the approach to research, documenting and portraying our family history and genealogy.

 You will find Searcy families now in most states of the union and in many foreign countries; in America we began in the early colonial days in Virginia, then on to North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Illinois, Arkansas, Texas, Florida, Missouri, Colorado, Illinois, California - all by 1850!

 Our web site is continuously being updated and has gained quite a popular following.  The emphasis of our site is on original research and publishing those records in an easy to use form.  Come back and see us anytime.

 In the meantime you can contact me at our e-mail address:  ts@searcyfea.com 
 
If you are not familiar with the Searcy genealogy and family history and your first contact with us is online; we would be pleased to hear from you and happy to help where we can! Please let us know what questions you have and we will be more than happy to assist in your family quest.

New Updates: 

Article/Additions published October 27, 2014

   New research on Aaron Searcy of Tishomingo, MS (Deep South Folder)

Articles published September 28-30, 2014

The Searcy Family in Early America in North Carolina –  William Searcy Senior's son Aquila Searcy b.ca.1749)   (North Carolina Folder)

The Death of Bartlett Searcy (b.ca.1756), the Indian Fighter   (Kentucky Folder)

The other John Searcy: John Searcy (b.ca.1753) aka John Searcy, who died in Defense of the TN Settlements   (Kentucky Folder)

 Upcoming news and additions!

New Section for publication date and details for the Searcy Family of Early Kentucky and Southern Indiana (1775-1830)  (Publications Folder)



Last update: 01/23/2015                                            William Terry Searcy                Plano, Texas

 

 


 
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